Year-End Giving

Year-End Giving

Start the holiday giving season please contribute to MCM’s special fundraising goal of $15,000 for 2 used vehicles to better serve orphans.     With a minibus Henock, our Education Director, will taxi our teachers and nurse to/from the center.   Currently the staff have arduous commutes which include walking a 2 mile dirt road to work.   During the 4 month[…]

Young Men’s Project

Young Men’s Project

To better equip the boys at MCM for future employment our team launched the Young Men’s Project this summer.  The program includes mentoring to provide guidance and nurturing to develop strong leaders in their homes and communities.   In addition with the help of local men the group is taught vocational and business skills; learning to craft household,[…]

On A Quest

On A Quest

When you meet 20 year old Stella Fombe you know this young woman is driven.  She is small in stature but stands out in a group.  It is not just her physical appearance, with long braided extensions and a bright pink fleece jacket that makes you stop and listen but her big smile, giggle and[…]

What Can You Promise an Orphan?

What Can You Promise an Orphan?

After returning from a two week project at MCM and in surrounding villages this past June, Binghamton University student, Jennifer Wapiski-Moordian, wrote in her blog post “at the farewell ceremony with the staff and students of MCM, I made my promise to do everything in my power to return again next year. I want to continue to build the[…]

Education Initiatives

Education Initiatives

One of MCM’s goals is to provide the 150+ orphans we serve with resources needed to be successful in their education.  This includes providing meals each day, uniforms and shoes, school fees for the government programs, educational supplies and tutoring.  Additionally, 70 students in preschool to Standard 4 attend MCM Academy, offering smaller class sizes and higher-quality[…]

MCM Community Outreach

MCM Community Outreach

Our mission has always been to provide Malawi’s orphaned population of 4 – 19 year olds the resources they need to thrive; nutrition, education, healthcare and emotional support.   We realize that these children come to us disadvantaged and underserved from living with families caught in a cycle of poverty starting at a very early age.   They[…]